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Iranian ships stranded in Brazil refueled after court order
Two Iranian grain vessels stranded in the Brazilian port of Paranagua began refueling following a Brazilian court order compelling the state oil company of Petrobras to provide fuel to the ships.
Navy chief: Iran observes all US ships in Persian Gulf region
Iran observes all US ships in the Persian Gulf region and has an archive of images of their daily movements, the head of Iran’s Navy, Rear Admiral Hossein Khanzadi, said on Tuesday, according to the Young Journalists Club (YJC) website.
Ships set off in Japan's first commercial whale hunt in more than 30 years
Five small ships sailed out of harbor on Monday in Japan’s first commercial whale hunt in more than three decades, a move that has aroused global condemnation and fears for the fate of whales.
Philippines ships dumped trash back to Canada
Tons of garbage sent to the Philippines years ago was shipped back to Canada on Friday after a festering diplomatic row, as Asian nations increasingly reject serving as dumping grounds for international trash.
After initial denial, UAE confirms ships 'sabotaged' off its coast
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has confirmed, after initial denial, that a number of commercial ships have been targeted by "sabotage" attack near its territorial waters.
Yemeni FM urges UN to let ships carrying food dock in ports
Yemeni foreign minister said that the United Nations has stopped giving permission to the ships for entering Yemen's ports.
US Navy ships pass through Taiwan Strait amid tensions with China
The US Navy has sent two ships through the strategic Taiwan Strait, in a move that is likely to aggravate Washington’s already-high tensions with China, which views the self-ruled island as part of its territory.
China deploys 100 ships to disputed waters amid US buildup: Report
China has deployed some 100 ships to the South China Sea, the Asia Maritime Transparency Initiative run by the Washington-based Center for Strategic and International Studies reports.
Pope enters fray over migrant ships, appeals for safe ports
Pope Francis urged European leaders on Sunday to stop bickering over the fate of 49 migrants stuck aboard two humanitarian rescue ships on the Mediterranean and to give them a safe port of call.
Russia's seizure of Ukrainian ships lawful: Kremlin
The Kremlin has defended Russia's seizure of three Ukrainian navy ships off the coast of Crimea, saying the move was lawful and in strict accordance with international and domestic regulations.
Iran reportedly providing ships, insurance for oil exports to India
India’s media say Iran has started to provide insurance coverage to oil shipments to India so as to continue exporting the strategic fuel to its second largest buyer in light of US sanctions that are expected to choke its crude trade.
Iran offers India oil cargo insurance, ships to boost sales
Iran is offering to insure oil cargoes to India after some local insurers stopped providing the service in the face of impending US sanctions, industry sources said, a move that would help Tehran continue supplying its second biggest oil client.
Four giant container ships to join Iran fleet next year: Official
Four giant new container vessels will join Iran’s shipping fleet next year, bringing the country closer to its target of scraping out a place among the world’s 10 mega shippers.
Eight ships continue search for missing Argentine submarine
Argentina's navy has announced that three new "objects" have been spotted as it expands the search area for a missing submarine.

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